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List of schools in Iraq

An incomplete list of schools in Iraq:

Contents

  • As Sulaimanya 1
  • Baghdad 2
  • Mosul 3
  • Basrah 4
  • Diyala 5
  • Erbil 6
  • Sulaymaniyah 7
  • Zakho 8
  • References 9

As Sulaimanya

  • Junior Private School, English Basic School, Grdy Sarchnar near Pak city[1]
  • Classical School of the Medes (CSM)
  • Danielle Mitterrand, The French School of Sulaymaniyah [2]

Baghdad

  • Al-Bohtry primary school,
  • Al Aqida - Al Rahibat 'High School for Girls (since 1928)
  • The Gifted Students' School, a co-ed secondary school for gifted students
  • Baghdad College, elite secondary school for boys
  • Tigris Secondary School for Girls
  • Al-Mansour high school for boys,elite and one of the largest secondary school (Junior high 900 students and high school 1000 students ) bilingual (English, French) optional Trade courses (since 1967)
  • Al-Tamim High School for Boys, Baghdad
  • Al-Ameen High School for Girls
  • Al-Mutamaizeen High School R1 for Boys, elite secondary school, Al-Risafa 1, Palestine St.
  • Al-Mutamaizat High School R1 for Girls, elite secondary school, Al-Risafa 1, Al-A'adamia
  • Al-Mutamaizeen High School R2 for Boys, elite secondary school, Al-Risafa 2, Palestine St., Al-Idrisi
  • Al-Mutamaizat High School R2 for Girls, elite secondary school, Al-Risafa 2, Palestine St.
  • Al-Mutamaizeen High School for Boys, elite secondary school, al-Karkh, al-Khadraa
  • Al-Mutamaizat High School for Girls, elite secondary school, al-Karkh, al-Khadraa
  • Al-Mutamaizeen High School for Boys, al harthiya
  • Al-Sharqiya High School for Boys
  • Al-Sharqiya High School for Girls
  • Al-Nizamiyah High School School for Boys
  • Al-Forat High School for Boys
  • Al-Mohopeen High School for Boys, Al-Khadhraa
  • Al-Kansaa Secondary school for Girls
  • Al Hariri High School, girls' school
  • Al-I'tizaz Secondary School for Girls, Baghdad
  • Thalathoon Tammooz High School for Girls, Baghdad
  • Damascus Primary School for Girls and Boys, Baghdad
  • Al.Nazaha secondary High School for Girls, Baghdad
  • Al. Jumouriea Secondary High School for Girls, Baghdad
  • Al. Jumouriea Secondary High School for Boys, Baghdad
  • Baghdad High School for Girls (formerly known as the American High School for Girls)
  • Al-Risala Preparatory School For Boys, Al-Qahira, Baghdad
  • Baquba high school
  • Al-Syiaddah Al-wataneyya Elementary School (1-6) Grades
  • Al-Adel Elementary School kinter garten and elementary (1-6) Grades

Mosul

  • Al-Sharqiya High School for Boys, Old Elite Secondary School, Mosul
  • Al-Resalah Al-Islamia (Al-Resalah) High School for Boys, Mosul
  • Al-Mutamaizeen High School for Boys, elite secondary school, Mosul
  • Al-Mutamaizat High School for Girls, elite secondary school, Mosul
  • Al-Mustaqbal High School for Boys, elite secondary school, Mosul
  • Al-Mouhobeen Secondary School for Boys&Girls, Mosul

Basrah

  • Al-Mutamaizeen High School for Boys, elite secondary school, Basrah
  • Al-Mutamaizat High School for Girls, elite secondary school, Basrah
  • Al-'Ashaar High School for Girls, Basrah
  • Anbariyn School, in a Shi'ite quarter, has 1, 500 pupils, attended by boys in the morning and girls in the afternoon
  • Khalisa Girls School, established in the 1930s
  • Al-Thakafa al-Arabia elementary school

Diyala

  • Al-Huria High School for Girls, elite secondary school, Baquba
  • Al-Jawahery High School for Boys, elite secondary school, Baquba
  • Al-Sharif Al-Radhi High School for Boys, Baquba
  • Al-Adnaniah High School for Girls, Baquba
  • Um-Salamah High School for GiRls, Baguba
  • Al-Najaf Al-Ashraf High School for Boys, Baquba
  • Al-Edadia Al-Markazia High School for Boys, Baquba
  • Aysha High School for Girls, Baquba

Erbil

Sulaymaniyah

  • Hawcharkh school, secondary and high school[3][4]
  • Danielle Mitterrand, The French School of Sulaymaniyah [5]

Zakho

  • British International School Zakho, EYFS and Y1-Y4

http://britishinternationalschoolzakho.com

References

  1. ^ http://www.juniorprivateschool.com
  2. ^ http://qutabxanay-faransi.org/en/
  3. ^ Hawcharkh School
  4. ^ Hawcharkh School
  5. ^ http://qutabxanay-faransi.org/en/
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